Uncover Food and Chemical Sensativities with the Alcat
The Alcat Test measures cellular reactions to over 450 substances.
The Alcat Test uncovers foods and other substances that trigger chronic inflammation and related health conditions, such as gastrointestinal, respiratory, and joint issues, as well as migraine, dermatitis, fatigue, and metabolic disorders.
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Method Health tests are reviewed between you and one of our board-certified physicians—In-person or via telehealth.
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Sensitivity vs. Allergy
A so-called “true” or “classical” food allergy reaction usually causes immediate and dramatic symptom onset. These reactions can, in extreme circumstances, even be life-threatening. Usually, the respiratory system is most impacted.
On the other hand, food sensitivity symptoms are usually delayed and less acute. However, they can also lead to chronic inflammatory health issues, impacting almost any part of the body.
The different symptom presentations, different biological underpinnings, and overall different characteristics of true food allergy versus food sensitivity mean that different diagnostic approaches need to be applied. The ALCAT Test is efficacious for food sensitivities but not “true” food allergies. The different symptom presentations, different biological underpinnings, and different overall characteristics of true food allergy versus food sensitivity mean that different diagnostic approaches need to be applied. The ALCAT Test is efficacious for food sensitivities but not “true” food allergies.
Symptoms such as migraines, aching joints, fatigue, gastrointestinal, respiratory, skin, neurological, and numerous other disorders have been linked to food sensitivity and chronic inflammation. The Alcat Test assesses sensitivities to over 450 foods, chemicals, medicinal herbs, and other substances.
Note: The Alcat Test does not make a medical diagnosis nor is it a substitute for health or medical advice. If you have a medical condition, you should seek a qualified healthcare practitioner.
The laboratory analysis includes the immune biological reactions of the white blood cells. The Alcat Test® does not measure food allergies (type 1/IgE). Since these reactions can be serious, you should seek the help of an allergy specialistif you suspect or have food allergies.